Definitions

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  • n. Safety in using the Internet.

Etymologies

cyber- +‎ safety (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • A national campaign to engrain the three Cs -- cyberethics, cybersafety and cybersecurity -- into the subconscious of K-12 students is being readied by the National Cyber Security Alliance.

    Teaching kids to stay cyber-safe

  • Learn as a family about cybersafety together at wiredsafety. org for your own knowledge.

    Principal Asks Parents To Ban Facebook, Social Networking

  • The government has allocated 45 million Australian dollars ($30.7 million) for the filter, the largest part of a four-year, AU$128. 5 million ($89 million) cybersafety plan, which also includes funding for investigating online child abuse, education and research.

    Uproar in Australia over Plan to Block Web Sites

  • In the March edition of Learning and Leading, Anita McAnear, details the importance of Digital Citizenship free download in empowering students to protect themselves online and for all educators to take on board the responsibility of locating appropriate resources to teach cybersafety.

    Digital Citizenship and Cyberbullying

  • The new easy guide website can be accessed by visiting dbcde.gov.au/easyguide and then clicking on the "cybersafety help" button.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • In March, Mozelle Thompson, Facebook's chief privacy adviser, told the Australian federal parliament's cybersafety committee that

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The attorney general's office also announced a website devoted to cyber-safety, which can be found at oag.ca.gov/cybersafety .

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • The story doesn't provide any clues on what Ms. Brown's daughter thought of her mom's social-media experiment, but at least one cybersafety expert is up in arms.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Therefore, although many parents believe that their own children are smarter than the average bear and can handle cybersafety as early as middle school, neurodevelopment occurs in predictable patterns and time frames, and no 13 year old is there yet.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • A tween's brain simply hasn't developed enough yet to really understand and carry out the tenets of cybersafety because the pre-frontal cortex-the area in the brain crucial for impulse control, future thinking, and what Freud called "superego" or conscience-doesn't fully develop until a person's mid- to late 20s.

    Boston.com Top Stories

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